Swingadelic performs the songs of Johnny Mercer Nov. 9 at the Secaucus library
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SECAUCUS – Swingadelic, acknowledged as the New York City metropolitan area’s “best little big band” performing traditional big band music, will offer “The Songs of Johnny Mercer” at 2 p.m. in the ...
Hoboken council postpones vote on controversial ordinance about local businesses and sick pay
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HOBOKEN—A scheduled City Council vote on an ordinance that would have guaranteed employees at Hoboken businesses with 10 or more employees up to 40 hours of paid sick leave per year was postponed o...
Hudson Theatre Ensemble presents ‘Little Red and the Hoods’
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HOBOKEN – “Little Red and the Hoods,” while featuring an all-adult cast, is designed to please children ages 3 to 10 years old. The production is part of the 14th season of the Hudson Theatre Ensem...
Art exhibition opening Nov. 7
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GUTTENBERG – Guttenberg Arts is proud to present for the month of November the exhibition “568” featuring work by resident artist Jairo Alfonso. The exhibition includes new work created during Alfo...
Viola concert with Namjoong Kim
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UNION CITY – The City of Union City, Mayor Brian Stack, and the Board of Commissioners present, direct from a performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Namjoong Kim in concert on Wednesday, No...
7 Things You Should Absolutely Know Before Going To The Hospital
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A recent Huffington Post article http://www.huffingtonpost.com * noted : “Let’s be honest: No one goes to the hospital to relax. Getting there, whether for a medical emergency or a scheduled appoin...
A tale of two Bayonne referenda; one passes, one fails
Nov 05, 2014 | 2 2 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
BAYONNE – Groups seeking to change two policies within the city got a mixed bag on Election Day, as the right to vote for an elected school board was passed overwhelming, while a measure to bring b...
On the job
New firehouse becomes functional with Oct. 31 run to hospital
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The new $4.1 million firehouse at the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor began serving the city when it dispatched vehicles to a second fire involving the Bayonne Medical Center roof at about 8 a.m. on Fr...
Which will merge, link, or go?
Parishioners hope it won’t be their church that will see changes
by Joseph Passantino
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The city’s Roman Catholics continue to discuss proposed changes to their parishes by the Archdiocese of Newark, with many hoping their church will be among those remaining independent. The Archdioc...
Masters at their games
Three from Bayonne selected for Hudson Sports Hall of Fame
by Joseph Passantino
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One was the wizard of the hardwood, parlaying a scholastic hoop career into collegiate success, and then professional and international fame. The second was a high school jack-of-all-sports, never ...